August 17th, 2006, 01:08 Posted By: wraggster
DragonMinded posted this news and release of his DS Organiser App:
Ok, so I worked pretty hard due to some requests to get it out as fast as possible, and DSO 2.2 Final is now out! The list of fixes on this one is longer than any other set of updates, I really tried to polish this verison for you guys! Please note that even though the G6 team released a fat lib, I will not be adding support until they release the source for their adapter. It's not just that I don't want to have a second compile just for G6, but also I have added functions to my modified version of the fat lib that are needed for DSOrganize to run, so it is physically impossible.
Maybe someone can reverse the code and provide it as a standard interface to chishm's fat lib?
Anyhow, you can find the update on my site at http://www.dragonminded.com/. Happy homebrewing! Please give me feedback on SuperCard/M3 compatibility.
and also this
I have compiled a newer test library with the code that used to work for SuperCard CF/SD, and would like you guys to test and report back to me on it. Get the file here and try. Also, Max Media CF users, please give this one a spin too, let me know.
Tested working on: GBAMP, NINJASD, MK2, MK3.
Heres the Release Info
Fixed a few more screen inconsistencies with the keyboard.
Fixed launch alternate in browser being labeled as record.
Fixed pageup/pagedown not working via touchscreen on text editor.
Fixed the freeze bug and graphic corruption in the text editor with page up and down.
Fixed a bug with the default download directory in the homebrew database.
Updated fat library to reflect newest fixes by chishm.
Supports slower SD cards that wouldn't init before.
Supports Max Media CF (unverified) and Ninja SD (tested working)
Touchscreen and keys are now responsive again in the audio playback modes.
Added in touch code for next/previous functions on audio playback screen.
Renaming is now instant and allows you to change capitalization, and works on directories.
Delete works on directories, and will recursively delete if the directory is not empty.
Added mkdir command to browser.
Added cut/paste command for people who want to move instead of copy.
Worked on sound code some more, it isn't going to be possible to add volume in, my code is apparently too slow.
Added primitive support for ogg vorbis info.
Added some settings to the configuration page.
Changed a couple icons in the program.
Added second click option to Address, Todo, Scribble, and Homebrew Database screens.
Fixed a bug where the last icon on the second page of the home screen didn't have a caption in other languages.
Fixed the sorting bug with DD/MM/YY display under Homebrew Database.
Added sanity checks to all commands in IRC.
Fixed a join bug with bad server replies in IRC.
Added TIME and PING CTCP replies in IRC.
Added missing KICK command to parser.
Added autoperform to IRC. Put any commands you want to perform on connect in autoperform.txt in the DSOrganize root data directory. Separate each command on a different line.
Fixed color scheme for server versus client error messages.
Fixed a bug in changing nicks that could cause DSO IRC to crash.
Updated wifi lib again.
Fixed crash from pressing Y on browser with an NDS highlighted when running from non GBAMP/SC.
Added ninjaSD as a possible card type on the homebrew database.
Added custom HBDB package files to browser. Simply place the script for your custom download into a text file and save as a ".pkg"
Added custom HBDB connect url files to browser. Place the base url into a text file and save as a ".hbdb" Note that custom HBDB databases do not recieve the card that DSOrganize runs on.
Fixed calculator freeze bug with e^x and other things. This was due to the m_apm library not having a return function to tell how long the string would be, so I had to modify it myself.
Fixed a calculator bug when pressing two binary operators after another performed the first instead of changing to the second.
Changed equals key to repeat the last binary operation, like a real calculator.
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